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Local breweries are taking a hit from the government shutdown.
"It's hard to hate your job when you're making beer for a living," said Gavin Meyers, a co-owner of the North High Brewing in Columbus.
Meyers says what's happening on Capital Hill is forcing him to pour profits down the drain.
"Anytime you're dealing with the government is a little frustrating," Meyers said.
The trouble starts with the fermentation room, according to Charlie Davis.
"This room is 100% full and we would love to produce more beer," said Davis. "We want more space, but in order to get more space we need to apply for another federal license."
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau stopped operating when the government partially shut down. The bureau approves new breweries, recipes and labels.
The owners say they want to convert an old body shop on Cleveland Avenue into their second location for their brewery business.
The hold up according to Meyers is the TTB's website. It's been offline since last week.
"When we saw this, we knew it was going to lengthen our lead time," said Gavin.
As one part of Meyer's business flourishes, another part of it waits for Washington to compromise on a solution to end the shutdown.
"Everyday we're not brewing is everyday we're not making money," said Gavin.
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